Contested Images: Women of Color in Popular Culture
Contested Images: Women of Color in Popular Culture is a collection of 17 essays that analyze representations in popular culture of African American, Asian American, Latina, and Native American women. The anthology is divided into four parts: film images, beauty images, music, and television. The articles share two intellectual traditions: the authors, predominantly women of color, use an intersectionality perspective in their analysis of popular culture and the representation of women of color, and they identify popular culture as a site of conflict and contestation. Instructors will find this collection to be a convenient textbook for women’s studies; media studies; race, class, and gender courses; ethnic studies; and more.
African American Studies | American Popular Culture | Asian American Studies | Indigenous Studies | Latina/o Studies | Women's Studies
Garcia, Alma, "Contested Images: Women of Color in Popular Culture" (2012). Faculty Book Gallery. 169.